British Prime Minister Theresa May addressing Parliament confirms earlier reports that the attacker was British born but says there is no reason to believe there are further imminent attacks.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May adds that the country's security threat level will remain at "severe," meaning that an attack is highly likely.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May adds that the policing and security around the Houses of Parliament is being reviewed.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May addresses Parliament following Wednesday's terror attack in London.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports the latest details on the investigation into the deadly attack in London.
Governments need to defeat extremist group ISIS and welcome refugees fleeing warzones, billionaire Richard Branson said.
Emily Winterbotham, research fellow at Rusi, discusses Wednesday's terror attack in London.
The House of Commons was locked down after the attack. Officials said Prime Minister Theresa May was safe and at work.
Jonathan Wood, director of global risk analysis at Control Risks, discusses the changing strategy of terror attackers in Europe.
Virgin founder Richard Branson discusses how security threats are affecting his business and the wider leisure industry.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from the scene of Wednesday's suspected terrorist attack in Westminster, London.
London's Metropolitan Police hold a news conference about Wednesday's terror attack in Westminster.
Willem Marx updates from Westminster on London's suspected terror attack, with comments from London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
CNBC's Willem Marx details the route of Wednesday's attacker in Westminster, London.
James Derderian at the University of Sydney says the British government and media should be commended in their approach to handling the attack.
Anthony Shaffer at the London Center for Policy Research says repeated "lone wolves" attacks suggest perpetrators are no longer acting alone.
Multiple blasts at camps for people who have fled the Islamist militants Boko Haram killed four and injured 18 in Maiduguri, Nigeria.
The attack near Britain's Parliament is the latest case in the growing threat of low-tech terrorism, NBC News reports.
Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker discusses the shooting incident outside the U.K. Parliament building in London and how the police are investigating the attack as an act of terror until they know more.
Bennet Waters, The Chertoff Group principal, weighs in on the shooting incident outside the U.K. Parliament building in London.